Added Apr 22, 2013
Great Yarmouth, ...
I fell in love with this dress as soon as I saw it, but wanted to give it a try in a cheaper material first. So when going through my stash, I discovered a black cotton and this other material, neither of both enough to use for this dress, but enough to go half and half, black for the back and the greyish patterned fabric for the front part. On the photo I am wearing a grey tshirt under the dress because it was so cold that day, but it looks nicer without a tshirt
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